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understand it started in 1966 at the compton cafeteria so new york has nothing on us i reminded people when the new york protective passed equal marriage rights at the urging of governor coming month it was after california protective it is your led the way, of course, their mayor demand their protective it is your put a bill on their desk a mayor with violation and come passion a governor but, of course, our governor didn't even know the meaning of the drums so - >> oh. >> it's a cheap shot i take it whenever i can (clapping.) we gave 5r7bd schwarzenegger a gift he didn't know but congratulations to our grand
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marshall and thank you elected family of san francisco maliciously mr. mayor thank you for joining us everyday and a proclamation i would be remiss patrick scott has his bathroom walls covered now he's covering his bathroom ceiling and next one will be for the 20th anniversary thank you so much. >> (clapping) >> i assure you no one has been in my bathroom and who knew that tom wasn't the only comedian. >> so speaking of tom we're going to have a special introduction from one of his colleagues larry. >> oh, no
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(clapping.) (laughter.) >> how many of you have seen tom spearhead before that's it i said it and tom said oh, no brilliant public school. i'm going to try really hard not to be an ass holy have to say back in the very early 80s when was the gay cancer not even aids tom and the late great gentleman get together to do something special i've also said this and will als also say this if it wasn't for ron and tom there would not be me and margaret gomez on and on of what came out of the valencia rose it was created by this gentleman over
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here (clapping.) tom tom i'll never forget it once we forget our history we're doomed as a community. i've spent time over the years fist slapping though i think we're a bunch the faction groups that don't talk to each other i'm tied of you saying negative things about nellie queen there wouldn't have a been a stone wall we must remember our history and the gay comedy to the minute is this gentleman over here i've loved him for over thirty years and continue to love him my husband he's a loud old italian man we going both are he didn't take crap 2, 3, 4 from anyone he makes sure
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that things are done he's a bright light we're for a very, very long time. he organized the gay taverns union of san francisco that's how far this guy goes back it's my honor to bring my old friend i say oldie don't get to see enough that's why i ask i please do this. ladies and gentlemen, the god montgomery mother of gay comedy tom (clapping) >> i'm sorry we're italians we're going to start crying i'm going to move on. >> well, there you are. it's also an honor to be here a
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washington obviously in putting this condoms into blockages i didn't know it's a sex party and you had to invite the goats really >> (laughter). . so speaking of goats sacramento the town time forgot the lgbt community has really done a wonderful job integrating and you know, we talk about things that the mayor don't if you're talking immigration policy the lgbt are there if you're talking about health care the lgbt are there are and the housing, you know, housing in san francisco is kind of like me it's highly deservable but not envelope to
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go all around (laughter) >> and leah evoked a lot of times it's wonderful in the city this is this way to over sex lists everything and at my age meaning getting lucky is where you parked the car per person able to so you the seeds of of our culture we have a fabulous lgbt culture in the art or actual kinds of expression that makes our city better harvey milk t said that was important to connect the dots and harvey milk look forward who would have thought i have 3 beautiful
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granddaughter's. this is my last year in the assembly but i'm going to come home to us and really be around and involved as you know someone said you're getting up there die want to retire i said well, i feel like the he would sex working t worker it's not the worker it's the job (clapping.) wow. (clapping.) nothing like a come up of funny italians in the house thank you assemblyman i said it once
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before in american people introduction all of my donates in the early 80s were van ness rose and tom it's great to have them here (clapping) i have been remiss you didn't introduce the person who arranged all the beautiful flowers still here? >> tyler. tyler there he is >> tyler could you come up here and take a bow. >> yeah. (clapping.) there's 15 hundred individual flowers plus a whole arm of both detectives and the other things so thank you so much. welcome one our your straight
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allies jooebl assemblyman phil king. >> well, it's also tough to follow tom can we give him one round of applause it's a pleasure to work with you. this is one of my favorite events it personifies so much of what san francisco is about. we fit and have to pay homage to the community that came before us our history but also as an incredible industry to come together to celebrate and san francisco is this amazing place so many of us are not from here most of us come here gateways because of what the city
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symbolizess and it's a place where you can be user and be part of the community and find like-minded people in the times we find disagreement we find a way to get things done and also to make room for the next group of folks that are trying to find their way into it san francisco. and for that i'm so proud to be one of the representatives in sacramento and inspires our san francisco values not only the lgbt community but every single one of our community that at times needs help or assistance or needs to have a voice. and for that i just wanted to thank patrick and after the wallpaper collection we'll be
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happy to thank you for everything that you do every year to bring this together >> (clapping) >> thank you that's very nice. thank you, thank you assemblyman king this is wonderful thank you very much. we're very pleased to have the treasurer of the city and county of san francisco jose cisneros >> thank you. good morning i'm excited to be here to honor the volunteers that put up this incredible symbol when i think about the incredible weekend we used to celebrate i want to note that one of the important things we do this weekend we make ourselves and our community viable what better way to be
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visible with a 2 hundred foot symbol in san francisco. congratulations to you. all of us support the community and personally i'm proud of the fact i've been an open gay public official for decades here in san francisco. happy weekend everyone (clapping.) thank you treasurer cisneros. please welcome the president of the board of supervisors david chiu >> good morning to our farther gov.. i think for all of us this is one of our farther event let me
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ask you a question how many of you were not born in san francisco. whether your senator mark leno born in new york or scott wiener in new jersey or jose and i from boston or supervisor campos from lance we're the beacons for the rest of the world for the diversity the idea that today, we have a symbol that's a beacon for the rest of the world is a symbol that used to stand for had a and for intolerance and death the fact we'll turned that around is an incredible day i'm honored and delighted to be part of it thank you patrick for your leadership and let's go celebrate with the goats and flours happy pride weekend
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everyone (clapping.) thank you supervisor chiu please welcome supervisor david campos >> thank you no one can top the comedy of tom, i won't try i'll make a couple of points this is a special day for me as a kid born in guatemala mall i think of the kids still in guatemala who are gay and can't be who they are there are countries that's the case it's true in this country and region in the bay area we've come far but we haven't come far enough as much as the lgbt community has accomplished most of the communities don't have the rights we enjoy in san francisco and within california there are those who don't be enjoy the right here in san francisco
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we're going to hear from a workman's comp woman meeting here today was an amazing experience like antonio frank talked about what happened in the holocaust and gave a glimgs it's amazing it takes a young woman to talk about how we have is a ways to go and that's from julie why in the bay area in this is this day and age a trans woman that goes to school high school was bullied and targeted. and what happened is that instead of going after the people that are that bullying here and abusing her you had the local district attorney when they stride to defend herself they filed criminal charges against her this is high blood pressure in 2013-2014 in the bay
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area so the fact she's here tells us we still have a ways to go but there's something to amazing about this community there are people who notwithstanding their anchorage not afraid to speak i so julia on behalf of the all the queer boys and girls that are struggling with who they are even in this bay area thank you so much i am honored to be in your presence. thank you (clapping.) good morning, everyone. i would like to thank you, everyone for letting me be here today. and not everybody knows my story i'm going to give it a brief
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story. i was bullied in a very conservative county not like this county that support me right here i was bullied by students the students called me anger you know the word anger they'd call me a faggot and gay why are you dressing like that they wouldn't use gender pronouns it was very hard for me, i'm the only transgender in that school. i mean in the video you see like a clip of it and that's not even half of what happened. the teachers were calling me him and he was not even using the right deterring recognize terms.
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and i went to the principle multiple times saying hey, i'm getting bullied and harassed by the students and everyone he goes well, for every student that is in the classroom the school gets money. and i'm like sitting there like okay. so she focused on everything being in the classroom it gets money they get money for every single student so if a student is absent in the classroom they won't get money so then she goes sorry this is happening to you and writes me a note go back to class i went back to class we have this seat
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arrangement she goes i don't want i sitting here and she has gum in her mouth and spits it in her hand and into my face. i know the principle isn't going to do anything and the advice principle had a talk with her i could talk about this forever but standing in front of you is a great honor because i would still be in the court system because the district attorney has filed charges against me and now it's dropped because if it wasn't for - (clapping) the lgbtq community backing up me and having my shoulder and having my support i wouldn't be
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here today as our grand marshall titus because tilts a blessing an honor honor i'm gratefully humbled it's like a trophy word kont can't explain that a trophy not even having one (clapping) and i have to thank everybody for letting me be here (clapping) >> amazing julia your hold 16? yeah. >> you intensify those thousands and thousands of votes you got to be grand marshall (clapping) please welcome supervisor scott
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wiener (clapping.) thank you, thank you that was amazing and thank you for fighting because that is what we need to fight for the community to make sure that didn't happen. so being an lgbt elected official you have you know that you have numerous roebltd on your shoulders in terms of making sure that our community interests are proximately caused and moving forward as a community. i know i will speak for supervisor campos as well that it is so absolutely humbling to be in the presence of tom and senator mark leno true heros in our community and people that have been trailblazers in terms of denying what it is to and a effective elected leader let's
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hear it for mark >> (clapping) >> we work harvard hard to make sure we're moving forward and addressing the unique needs of our lgbt seniors the population we've have not been doing enough to support our i did not know people who are struggling in this city especially around housing and job training and really making sure and working with mayor ed lee and supervisor chiu to make sure our city never retreats from our commitment from hiv and aids and make sure we fight. if pride is a time to celebrate but also remember how much work we have to do so thank you, everyone (clapping.) thank you, supervisor wiener. we're very honored to have one
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of the celebrity reiterate grand marshall we have a best selling author and a region celocy lastly and got his start son the tonight show with jay leno please welcome scott 345u9 >> (clapping) >> thank you hello. >> hello (laughter). >> i wasn't spoerptd to be here but i heard a queen was here and came running. i'm happy to be here we talk about the history of the pink triangle and it's inspiring this you put it on a mountain right you put the b in subtle baby you know how to do that. i grew up in a farm town in washington state i didn't know
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honey so it did you girl you're my kind (laughter) >> call me scott again, huh? >> no, i grew up in a little farm town in washington state called mount vietnam veteran i watched 2w5067 tv i wanted to see and never did was something i could point out when i grew up i can be a happy ground up happy gay but that was not portrayed that is one of the things that has driven me working in television to work around the country and say if you can do that i can by being named one of the grand marshall's you know it's working and thank you very much. i'm working in the wind so i'm
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going to wrap up happy pride enjoy it everybody thank you (clapping) >> thank you matthew that was great. now we're to the crisis enof the pink triangle so come up here you've got to criticize even the pink triangle. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> good afternoon and welcome to the board of supervisors land use committee i'm scott wiener the chairman to my right it supervisor kim our vice chair and supervisor cohen.